61st Congress > Senate > Vote 196

Date: 1910-06-09

Result: 35-18

Vote Subject Matter: Government Management / Budget Special Interest

Sponsor: HALE, Eugene (R-ME)

Bill number: HR25552

Description: TO AGREE TO THE AMENDMENT TO H. R. 25552 (36 STAT. L. 703, APP. 6/25/1910), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR SUNDRY CIVIL EXPENSES FOR FISCAL YEAR 1911, WHICH AMENDMENT ELIMINATES THE PROVISION THAT NO PART OF THE APPROPRIATIONS OF $200,000 BE SPENT IN THE PROSECUTION, OF ANY INDIVIDUAL LABORER OR LABOR, ORGANIZATION FOR ENTERING INTO A COMBINATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF INCREASING WAGES OR SHORTENING HOURS. (P.7648-1)

Original source documents: Congressional Record vol. 45-7, p. 7654; Senate Journal vol. 61-2, p. 420;

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